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Staying connected to nature makes children happier, says new Mexican study

"Staying connected to nature makes children happier," says a study at Mexico. The study explains that pro-ecological behaviours help in the sustainable development of an individual.

Published on 27th February 2020
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How this couple in Hyderabad set up a 'Healing Train' to get underprivileged kids healthy while having fun

Meet Rachel and Kimmi, a couple in Hyderabad who have set up an NGO where students and underprivileged kids get much needed health checks and gyaan almost like they're on a train ride

Published on 27th February 2020
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Why B S Srinivas is the baap of animation education in the Bengaluru 'arena'

B S Srinivas talks about his journey in the animation industry and why jobs will only continue to increase in the sector

Published on 1st May 2019
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Living in a disaster-prone area? Here's how to be prepared

Living in a disaster-prone area is even worse because the risks of natural disasters happening are twice bigger. And, you need to be ready at all times

Published on 24th February 2020
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Narendra Modi to inaugurate Centre for Vedic Sciences at BHU

The Centre has been set up to explore Vedic corpus for knowledge, related to various sciences, and conduct multi-disciplinary research and promote scientific approach into the vision of seers

Published on 13th February 2020
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25-year-old college lecturer in Wardha set ablaze by a man who was her friend for two years

Ankita Pisudde, the resident of Hinganghat town in Wardha, had been critical after sustaining 35 to 40 per cent "grade III" burns on February 3 when she was set afire allegedly by one Vikesh Nagrale

Published on 10th February 2020
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Coronavirus in India: Four myths about the virus you shouldn't fall for 

According to the several news reports, the Chinese health authorities have confirmed at least 7,711 cases of Coronavirus in China

Published on 30th January 2020
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Unemployment in Indian youth has doubled since 2016: Will WEF's Reskilling Revolution create jobs?

India also has lesser jobs for those who are more educated — 14.6 per cent of the graduates in our country who are actively looking for jobs are unemployed

Published on 29th January 2020
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Thousands of miles apart, Indian students in China and parents back home share the same worry  

After the coronavirus outbreak in China, we caught up with a few Indian students and their families in India

Published on 25th January 2020
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Parents of 500 Indian students studying in China worried as coronavirus death toll spikes, 5 cities shut down

There are nearly about 500 students from India pursuing their PHDs and medicine in China. They have been asked not to step out of our dormitories

Published on 24th January 2020
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By 2025, medical students can get a postgraduate degree without going to college according to panel 

The idea was introduced by a panel under the 15th finance commission who said that PG doctors can be trained in hospitals without medical colleges

Published on 23rd January 2020
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This Kolkata teacher started a footpath dispensary for doctors to treat slum kids' ailments. Inspiration much?

The footpath dispensary falls under the aegis of his organisation Feed (food, education and economic development), which began its journey three years ago in parts of Kolkata

Published on 23rd January 2020
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Cracking India's toughest exams: How Allen Institute is helping students ace JEE, NEET and more

Five years ago, Allen Career Institute set up their first base in south India, in Bengaluru. Now, they're spreading across the south and plan to expand more in the coming years

Published on 22nd January 2020
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JNU's inadequate communication is to blame: IIM Indore Director Himanshu Rai on #FeeHike protests

The IIMs are participating in solving the nation's issues. Rai says that this country is as much theirs as anyone else's and they will knock on every door, uninvited, with the intention of helping

Published on 14th January 2020
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AMU attempts to resume classes, but students carry on silent protest for 29th day  

The administration had announced that the University would open in phases and that the first phase would open on January 13, however, students have not budged from their protests

 

Published on 13th January 2020

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